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. stop it. >> stephanie: i'm guessing ann romney would like me to stop already. and i'm only on question 4. >> ann romney: stop it. >> stephanie: can you explain an influence of foreign tax credits in 2008. you have not disclosed any foreign bank accounts, did you file that by the legal deadline each year for instance? by the way i'm this smart this is think progress. >> yeah, steph. >> stephanie: like i know what an f-bar. like i wasn't drinking wine out of a spigot while writing these tax questions. my only question was where the [ censor bleep ] is my remote! [ screaming ] >> stephanie: it was a good swore ray until i lost my remote. >> ann romney: stop it. >> stephanie: number 7 you claim to paid a tax rate of 27%. what was your real tax rate. your 14% tax rate is less than many middle class americans pay. and you paid much less in your payroll taxes. marriott paid you blah blah blah, were you aware the company was abusing a notorious tax shelter? you say you made a commitment to the public that your tax rate should not be below 13%. why don't you support p
interview this week ann romney lashed out at republican critics of her husband's campaign telling them to stop it, because this is hard. here to elaborate on those comments, ann romney. >> hello, seth. thank you for having me. >> well, thank you for coming, ann. so, based on the interview, is it safe for us to say that the rigors of the campaign are starting to wear on you? >> seth, i have loved this campaign. we've had the pleasure to meet so many wonderful people across this great nation. but yes, at the same time, there are parts that are hard. there are many sacrifices to the schedule. it's fall and we're missing apple picking season. we love apple season. it's like mormon mardi gras. i once drank so much cider, i woke up in my bed the next morning wearing my pajamas. >> >> you said americans need to realize how lucky they are to have mitt. are you worried this will give fodder to those who see you as an elitist? >> that's -- now, i understand that mitt and i have a blessed life. but, are we more elitist than barack and michelle obama? they are friends with jay-z and beyonce. [ lau
ann romney's speech? >> it was a different speech. >> did and she talked about her husband, feeling? no, let's not do that -- >> are you saying -- >> when it comes to the obamas, for goodness' sake, they do nothing right. i will accept that from you, charles street they do nothing right. maybe they should just die. >> break it up, roger. >> sasha and malia are marvelous human beings. seriously, i thought was a fine speech, but ann romney did a good job, too. these are speeches by spouses talking about white they love their husbands and one that matters, but i think michelle obama brought it to any level by saying that the presidency does not change who you are, it reveals who you are. that was her point. look at how the president has acted the last four years. look at how mitt romney behavior as a candidate -- behave as a candidate is telling us about his past, his tax returns? >> if she did not say that. >> but the implication might be there. >> don't accept the sexist assumption that i am required to have the same reaction to any woman, any spouse, giving a speech. second, i think
and what's not. anita. >> we'll be counting on that, garly, thank you. ann romney made a stop in leesburg, virginia, i had a chance to sit down with her one on one. still ahead in this newscast, how she hopes to convince women her husband should be our country's next president. >>> caught on tape, a maryland state trooper hit by a semi. on june 14, trooper david avila pulled over an suv on i-70. he's there talking to a driver as a semi goes by. it hits the squad car. avila finds himself through the suv. you can see him going over to the guardrail. he's doubling over in pain before he finally falls to the ground. avila suffered shoulder, back, and leg injuries, but he's recovering. state police put this video out. motorists must move over a lane as they pass a stopped emergency vehicle. >>> a big night at nationals park tonight, stephen strasburg made his last home start of the season. not too long of one, huh? >> it did not last very long. it was not one of his best starts of his career, anita. strasburg got roughed up tonight. he lasted just three innings against miami, giving up six hi
, ann romney and american women. as the first lady prepares to address the dnc tonight, will she, like mrs. romney, have a specific message for women? in her 2008 speech, she praised the efforts of one woman in particular. >> i stand here today at the cross currents of that history, knowing that my piece of the american dream is a blessing hard won by those who came before me. people like hillary clinton. who put those 18 million cracks in that glass ceiling so that our daughters and our sons can dream a little bigger and aim a little higher. >> we will discuss all the single ladies, all the married ladies, all the american ladies next on "now." we know a place where tossing and turning have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta can help you get there, like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness
>>> good morning, america. this morning, terror at 44,000 feet. a fire breaks out in ann romney's jet. smoke fills the cabin. >> we have an electrical issue here. and we're going to declare an emergency. >> new details on the frantic moments leading up to that emergency landing. >>> into the cage. a tiger mauls a visitor at one of the country's most popular zoos. but why did this man leap over two fences to get in there. >>> faked reality? it's the new hit reality show about amish people going bad. but are the stars really amish? new questions this morning. and how the show plans to answer the charges. >>> and the ultimate quest for love. young man putting his entire life on hold, traveling over to ireland in search of his one true love. a woman he only met once. and he doesn't even know her name. can we help him find her? >>> we love the story about the quest for love. but here's the thing. the woman he is looking for, red hair and freckles, in ireland. not the easiest thing to find. >> i don't want to overgeneralized. but a woman would have picked up on more details, right? sh
fallout is fast and furious. i spoke to ann romney about there and the flak her husband is getting. >> it will be right if some and wrong for others. >>neil: the former governor and close friend obviously of yours and your husband said this is a double standard and i am paraphrasing, but john sununu said this is not the zeal to go after the president not even knowing whether egypt is an ally than there is for your husband commenting on what is going on over there. >>guest: we always feel like we are getting picked on more than anyone else. it is just what happens. >>neil: is the media fair to new >>guest: that will get me in trouble if i answer that. >>neil: do you think it is disproportionately so. john sununu said any mistake you make is exaggerateed and not so with the president. he likes your husband, he likes you, do you agree with that? >>guest: anyone that is getting picked on has a bias. you cannot thing about that dwell on that and worry about how i am being perceived. you have to go forward and keep going with what you believe and not worry about the critics. >>neil: a lo
for a second term. >>> while her husband campaigned in iowa today, ann romney was doing the same in northern virginia. she hosted a rally in leesburg, courting the all-important women's vote. >> reporter: next first lady of the united states, i present to you ann romney. >> reporter: ann romney was back in her element. women for mitt rally was held at a riding stable. the horsewoman clearly appreciated the setting. >> i should tell you i feel right at home because i'm in a barn. >> from returning watching her horse in the olympics, ann romney hasn't had much time for riding. she's one of the fearest advocates for her husband, reaching out of to a critical voting bloc. the polls are tight. obama still holds a strong lead. during an interview ann romney repeated the case she made for her husband last week at the republican convention. >> i really hope that americans and virginians in particular have a really serious thought and say, you know he's very competent, he's a good person, he's done a lot of turnarounds, let's give him the keys to the car and see if he can't get the car running. >> be
.n.'s general assembly and warning iran that the time for diplomacy is, quote, not unlimited. plus ann romney on leno last night telling jay about the thriftess of her suph sban thlite in the show. first let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. and we begin on the campaign trail where exactly one week out nowrom the first presidential debate. and there is brand new polling this morning from three key swing stas twiai roncerns inside the romney campaign. of likely voters, president obama now leads mitt romney by 10 percentage points in the state of ohio. that's a doue digit lead in the state no republican has lost and then won the presiden. thpresen ne psn florida. that is absolutely a must win state for romney. mr. obama now opening up a 12 point lead in pennsylvania according to this poll. that's a state, though, republicans have all but written off. those numbers echo polling from the "shington post" which gav thsi aht pnt advantage in ohio but p him up only four points in the state of florida. ohio in particular shaping up as a critical battleground. mitt r
. there were lots of people who did testimonials who were there. ann romney certainly made a big difference. he is not exciting, but it did not think he was threatening, either. at least there is nothing to really overtly dislike. he did the best he could, and the question is -- is it enough? am i if you are on the fence, and you like obama and really did want him to succeed, did you really hear anything there that would move you toward mitt romney? >> one thing i did hear was a very convincing statement about his understanding of how the economy works and how business works. not a big applause line, but it is clear that he has a desire to make this country move. what does not work for him, though, is time. he does not hold up over time. bank capital will be back in front of us. his income tax returns will be back in front of us. -- bain will be back in front of us. the question is -- who is this individual at his court? how did he make his money? what did he do with his money? all of these questions are still germane. >> no question about that. but he says he will put america back to work. how
so. there were lots of people who did testimomonials who were very persuasive. ann romney certainly made a big difference. he is not exciting, but i did nonot think he was threatening ther. i think there is nothing to really overtly dislike, and he did t the best he could. the question is -- isist enough? >> if you are on the fence --- did you u hear anything there that uld move you toward mitt romney? >> i did hear a very convincing statement abouout h understanding about how the economy and how business works.s. not that big an applause line, but it is clear he has a desire to make this country move. what does not work for him is time. he does not hold up over time. bain capital will be back in frt of us. his income tax returns will be back ifront of us. the question i is -- what is this inividual l really about at his court? how did he make his money? what does he do with this money? alall of these questions are still germane. >> no questionon a about that, b but he says he will put america back to work. how will he do that? >> he does not say tt -- well, he does say that. he say
it already? will it put any questions about his finances to rest? 0ñ@ñfÑ >>> what happened aboard ann romney's jet and how the crew handled it, ahead. >>> welcome back. we're all politics now. mitt romney's campaign released his 2011 tax returns today. you probably heard that. showing he made $13.7 million last year in mostly investment income, and paid an effective tax rate of 14.1%. the campaign also released a letter from the accounting firm price waterhouse coopers saying the romneys paid taxes every year from 1990 to 2009 at an effective tax rate of at least 13.6% each year. that information obviously contradicts what senate majority leader harry reid has been claiming about romney for more than a month now. >> the word's out that he hasn't paid any taxes for ten years. let him prove that he has paid taxes, because he hasn't. >> oh, when harry reid said the word is out, the thing is that reid himself was the one who put the word out. he's the one who made the accusation in the first place. turned out he didn't have any proof of his own. at least he hasn't offered any. he said a source w
tell you that i feel right at home because i'm in a barn. >> reporter: ann romney was in a targeted state, virginia, urging voters to turn the reigns on the economy over to her husband. >> so, let's talk some horse sense. barack obama said four years ago, if i can't turn this economy around after three and a half years, i'm looking at a one-term presidency. well, it's our turn to turn the economy around and i know mitt can do it. >> reporter: there could be trouble looming for romney if it ticks below 8%, a number he says the president cannot beat. they plan to drill down on the issue. one top adviser put it for the next 60 days. randi? >> jim, thank you very much. >>> a lot of people are talking about clint eastwood's empty chair moment. he's talking about it, too. find out how he says he came up with the idea, backstage. >>> romney is not talking at least about gay marriage. find out what happened when a reporter tried to ask her about that hot button issue. [ male announcer ] citi turns 200 this year. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, throug
. >>> what happened aboard ann romney's jet and how the crew handled it, ahead. they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ >>> welcome back. we're all politics now. mitt romney's campaign released his 2011 tax returns today. you probably heard that. showing he made $13.7 million last year in mostly investment income, and paid an effective tax rate of 14.1%. the campaign also released a letter from the accounting firm price waterhouse coopers saying the romneys paid taxes every year from 1990 to 2009 at an effective tax rate of at least 13.6% each year. that information obviously contradicts what senate majority leader harry reid has been claiming about romney for more than a month now. >> the word's out that he hasn't paid any taxes for ten years. let him prove that he has paid taxes, because he hasn't. >> oh, when har
, but he did. >> because she is a woman? >> did you offer similar comments about ann romney's speech? >> it was a different speech by different woman. >> did she not also talk about her husband, feelings -- but no, let's not taldo that. when it comes to the obamas, for goodness sakes, they do nothing right. i will go ahead and accept that from you, charles. maybe to make you happy, they should just die -- >> break it up, roger. >> sasha and malia are fine human beings treat seriously, i thought she delivered a fine speech and ann romney did a good job, too. these are speeches by spouses talking about why they love their husbands. but i thought michelle obama brought it to a new level when she said that the presidency doesn't change who you are, it reveals who you are. look at how the president has acted the last four years. look at how mitt romney has behaved as a candidate. is he telling us about his past, about his tax returns, those swiss bank accounts? >> she did not say that. >> no, but the implication might have been there. >> i don't accept the sexes assumption that i'm requir
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? >> would you o offer s similar mments about ann romney's -- >> it was a different speech by different woman. >> did andhe ao talked about her husband, feelings empathy -- >> you say and -- >> the obamassakes, they did nothing right. i ampared to accept that from you charles. therere's nothing they could that would make you happy. maybe they should just die -- >> break it up, roger. >> sasha and malia are fine human beings. seriously, i think that michelle obama did a fine speech, ann romney did, too. but i thought michelle obama brought ito a new level when she said that the presidency does not change who you are it reveals who you are. th was her point. look at how the president h acted the last four years. look at how mitt romney has behaved as a candidate. is he telling us about his past? is he telling us aut h tax returns? is he telling us about the swiss bank accounts? >> she did not say that. >> no, but t implicati might have been there. >> i don't aept the sexist assumption that i'm m required to have the same reactiono any woman any spouse giving a speech. second, i think the ann
excitement over the national convention n way to a hangover. >>> and running -- anne romney is preparing for a campaign event in virginia tomorrow. earlier today, romney talked thet what she has seen on campaign trail. >> there have been a lot of men with sad stories on the trail. what are the three to four lines? mitt knows how to make it work. to people, trust him. e the keys to the guy who the car.w to run >> anne romney is an avid equestrian. ecide who will run the country for the next four years. >>> we will be back with the complete forecast in a >>> knew at 11:00 p.m., there is ist over the fight over - new at 11:00 p.m., there is a new twist over the fight over marriage. a player was asked to stop his blic support of same-sex maryland. is on a ballot referendum. ravens are backing the player on his political views. >>> old town alexandria is receiving an extreme makeover. >> the old time theater closed anuary after showing ofr bill gates -- for decades. >> when we last visited the old nuary, it was shutting down. the new owner plans to convert into retail stores. but the communit
was being polite. i really meant rolling calamity. here is ann romney defending her husband on an iowa radio station yesterday. take a listen. >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it? get in the ring. this is hard, and, you know, it's an important thing that we're doing right now, and it's an important election. and it is time for all americans to realize how significant this election is, and how lucky we are to have someone with mitt's kwkzs and experience and know-how to be able to have the opportunity to run this country. >> so, alice, mitt romney was the one who said during the primary season politics ain't bean bags. were those remarks from ann romney helpful, to sound so indignant and the fax, how dare you criticize what this campaign is doing and how dare you criticize my husband? or does mitt romney really need to toughen up and sharpen up the campaign? >> well, the fact is, thomas, you can well imagine, running for president, it's a difficult job, and as everyone who's been down the trenches, it ain't bean bag, and ann romney has been right down there working really hard every
you, these days their biggest job is commander in chief. we're talking about ann romney and michelle obama. they're trying to convince voters that the man they love is the best man for the white house. take a look at what happened last night when first lady michelle obama took the stage at the dnc. >> believe it or not, when we were first married, our combined monthly student loan bill was actually higher than our mortgage. we were so young, so in love and so in debt. and that's why barack has fought so hard to increase student aid and keep interest rates down, because he wants every young person to fulfill their promise and be able to attend college without a mountain of debt. >> so in love and so in debt. if you look at some of the headlines, just really quickly, there's the daily news. she's a hit. we saw the same headlines with ann romney as well. she was a hit, too, so how did michelle do since we're on the news, and what about ann romney and the effect of ann romney? i want to bring in margaret hoover who is also the author of "american individualism." i want you to talk about
's real to women. better than anybody else. >> reporter: that, of course, is what ann romney was trying to do for her husband at the republican convention. >> i love you, women! >> reporter: they are so different, and yet each so crucial in this campaign. one became a lawyer and had a career in health care. one worked at home, raising five sons. as her husband and their daughters cozy on the couch watch back home in the white house, she joked pointedly about their youthful financial struggle. >> yeah, we were so young, so in love and so in debt. >> reporter: and perhaps they appeal to different kinds of women voters. we heard from the left of the spectrum here. did you see ann romney speak at the republican convention? >> i did. >> what did you make of that? >> i couldn't believe how it was, a little offensive. for a party that spends so many time trying to strip away women's rights. >> reporter: but michelle obama's goals was to transcend all the differences so in the end, she spoke to all those women and men in her universal role as mom. >> if we want to give all of our children a fou
for a campaign reboot. in the face of all this, not so friendly fire, ann romney is now returning fire. here's randi kaye. >> ann romney has a message for what she calls the chattering class republicans criticizing her husband. >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it, get in the ring. this is hard. you know, it's an important thing that we're doing right now and it's an important election, and it is time for all americans to realize how significant this election is. and how lucky we are to have someone with mitt's qualifications and experience and know-how to be able to have the opportunity to run this country. >> in another interview, she defended her husband over the now famous 47% tape. >> you know, i know the guy. i know him really well. i know he cares and that's why we're running. so it's unfortunate when something gets misinterpreted like this or is taken out of context. >> it's nonsense. i don't let it sink in. you hear it and then you just let it go right by. and you're used to it, honestly at this point, i'm not surprised by anything. >> reporter: to those who know her, mrs. r
needed to do to help -- similar to ann romney last week to personalize obama and give us the other side of him? >> that is right. i think she was like ann romney. the wives of these politicians sometimes do she, look at it from the different light. she is his wife and the mother of his children. that personal touch, even though she's out more in the political arena because she's been first lady for four years than ann romney's been, i think it helps. any time can you get a spouse rather than a politician, it's like if my wife and peter's wife were here, they would probably do better. >> and there is no doubt about that. >> it's a battle of who had the humbler beginnings and who can understand what the american people are going through right now? >> the beginnings are obviously different. the struggles in both families. clearly the healthcare struggles that ann romney had played in. i think one of the things interesting about michelle obama is how open she was about her concerns about running for the presidency, what it would do to their family, about what it would do to barrack. would i
. ann romney responded to criticism of her husband's presidential campaign saying "stop it, this is hard. you want to try it? get in the ring." in response, the interviewer entered the race and is leading mitt romney by five points. [ laughter ] >>> there is speculation mitt romney applied a self-tanner to dye his face brown before adding a town hall on spanish language tv. speculation, he looks like my dad's recliner. though i think his appearance at the veteran's town hall was even more pandering. >>> at an aarp conference yesterday, vice presidential candidate, paul ryan, pledged to repeal obamacare and was booed by the audience. then, ryan won them back by yelling, "hey, who likes soup?" [ laughter ] >>> while addressing a town hall meeting thursday, president obama said you can't change washington from the inside, you can only change it from the outside. a rare gaffe from the president brings out to our segment, what are you doing? >>> president obama, what are you doing? your poll numbers are looking great. your opponent is in flames. i haven't heard joe biden's name in months, whi
. >> so all of this coming as romney's campaign shows signs of frustration with his own wife, ann, firing back within critics within their party. we'll get to those in a moment. let's bring in a political panel, keith boykin, ann cornbluth and danny vargas, nbc latino contributor and republican strategist. pamela, let's start off with peter alexander. ear in las vegas. tell us what you know regarding the romney campaign releasing within the hour his 2011 tax returns. obviously, friday, late in the evening. this all brings suspicion as to the timing. >> reporter: tamron, mitt romney just arrived here touching down with us on the back of plane a few minutes ago, and he will be doing in las vegas what a lot of americans do, which is lay his cards on the table. we already are getting early indications of exactly what we will learn from these returns. of course, this is happening at the end of what has frankly been perhaps the worst week of mitt romney's entire campaign season that began with the release of that secretly recorded video, which led to the remarks about 47% of americans that he r
frightening moments for the wife of the candidate. ann romney's plane making an emergency landing. smoke filling the cabin. >> we have an electrical issue here and we're going to declare an emergency. >> firefighters racing on board when the plane lands. we hear what happened from mrs. romney's team on the plane. >>> the phone frenzy. those incredible lines for the iphone all over this country. tonight, the surprising snag. and we ask bianna golodryga, what if you bought stock with that first iphone? what would it be worth now? >>> a developing story. a tiger attack at a famous american zoo. workers rescuing a man from the tiger exhibit. how did he get inside? >>> and closeup. new developments in the hunt for that photographer who captured those photos of kate, as we reveal something else tonight. look at this picture. you can't see anyone. put on one of those telephoto lenses, and suddenly, you're right there with them. >>> good evening. diane is off this friday night with her family. and we do begin here with breaking news tonight. an air scare for ann romney, the wife of the republica
a terrific spouse, and romney, -- ann romney. didn't she do a terrific job at the convention, folks? another home run. when he is in the white house, his partner is going to be ohio's own speaker of the house john boehner. where the democrats have failed, john boehner, working with paul ryan, past or responsible budget to get the debt under control. he did. he has also passed over 30 pro- growth bills that the democrats have blocked. folks, help is on the way. [cheers and applause] please welcome our friend, ohio 's own speaker of the house, john boehner. [cheers and applause] >> welcome. let me just say it ohio has a great united states senator in rob portman. you know, he has been my friend for about 25 years and i remember 22 years ago telling him he ought to leave the house and go home and get ready to run for congress. he has done a great job on behalf of cincinnati and a great job on behalf ohio and this -- behalf of ohio and this country. rob, keep up the great job. you know, republicans, we are lucky enough to have taken the majority 18 months ago. we promised the american people it
the president. this just in -- the romney campaign says everyone is safe after ann romney's plane made an emergency landing in colorado after smoke filled the cabin. ann romney even tweeted saying everyone's okay. good for her. >>> let's go to this with howardfeinman now. i want to read to you a classic example of friday afternoon news dump. mitt romney releasing his tax returns for last year. he paid an effective rate of 14.1%, below the rate we know that people pay of payroll taxes. the campaign also released a summary of his taxes for the past 20 years -- a summary. they say romney paid an average of 20.2%, and they say he never paid less than 13.6%. republican stratojist alec castellanos had a strong response telling "the "politico,"" at first i thought this was an april fool's joke, i can't believe that david axelrod will say i'm glad mitt put this behind him. this will drag his taxes into the debate. i can't imagine why nay would do this." i know they said they would release the current years or last year's return, they did that showing he pays less than the average guy. he says
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